Why does the lens disappear when placed in a liquid of refractive index equal to that of the lens?

Asked by Somya Dubey | 30th Apr, 2013, 07:27: PM

Expert Answer:

Yes...they disappear because light does not bend while passing from the liquid to that substance and we can not thus differentiate the objects.

Answered by  | 1st May, 2013, 01:17: PM

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